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I will remember this event for the rest of my life, outstanding night!!
Wonderful flamenco and night scene, also the guide had excellent knowledge about the city and history of it
Very well organized and worth every penny! The flemenco dancers are true artists, we enjoyed the evening very much! Our two grandchildren, 5 and 6 years, liked it too :)
Excellent show and good food, plus we were given great seats and had an overall wonderful experience. Really recommend it, a must!
Our night at the flamenco show was so much fun! We bought the dinner option and we were glad we did - the food (Spanish cuisine) was very nice and as we had a table, we were located slightly higher than the rest so we have great views of the show! The caves are very charming and as they are quite small, the flamenco dancers and musicians perfom very closely to the public which is a unique and exciting experience! I've been to lots of flamenco shows before and this one was very unique, a great experience to take back home!
Really good flamenco show. However the transportation to and from the venue was a bit disorganized and it was a bit unclear where we were supposed to go at times. Also, would have liked a longer walking tour.
Amazing Flamenco show. Great ambience. A different touch! Dinner was terrible:(
It was too dark to appreciate the short walk. There was a lot of waiting around and this part of the itinerary disorganised! The lighted Alhambra was nevertheless lovely.
We enjoyed the authentic Flamenco show that was given in a building that built was in a cave. We saw two groups of dancers/singers and they were obviously very talented The performers danced, sang and performed with passion and aplumb,
The Flamenco show was great. Everything else about the experience was organized chaos at best. The "walking tour" consisted of a person walking you back to the coach. No explanations were given at all.
Our pickup was late and we were then late for the show. As the show started we were ordering our food. It was a very small cave with poor viewing of the dancers, nothing like the flamenco show picture on viator. No explanation of the dance (type of flamenco) or music was done. Very small. Food not good. Not many people had the dinner which maybe we would have preferred and given a better rating if we had not included dinner. We were not really given a tour of the Sacromonte area. Our guide was rather worthless and did not even appear to get our group from the restaurant/show. After the show, we were told to get on a bus that contained other people's coats. We went to the San Nickolas overlook for our "tour". I gave it a two because the performers did seem to know what they where doing even if we didn't! The electronics for the show also didn't work.
I'm not sure if this was worth it.Our bus arrived at the show late due to traffic, which is not their fault. But nonetheless we got the back seat and had to stand up to see. Also once done we waited for the bus for 20 min, then they took us on a not so exciting night walking tour in poor English.
There was no tour guide and the transportation was sloppy, I had called from the airport to remind whoever that runs this tour to not forget to pick me up from my hotel which was PALACE OF ALHAMBRA and I had to have the front desk reception called twice then someone said that they would send a taxi to pick me up. I had told them that I would need someone to take me back to this hotel after the dinner/show too but nobody did and I had to remind the ones working at the restaurant to get me a taxi which they should have paid for it! Well they finally call the cab and only gave him 10 Euros and the taxi driver was trying to get me to pay him more money which I did not! So this tour was pretty sloppily organized and the dinner was so-so because when the waiter asked me which choice did I want (he only gave two choices: beef or fish) and I said "Give me Beef"...I guess "BEEF" to the Granadians meant "PORK" and he did NOT BRING ME "BEEF" but "PORK" and I didn't like it but ate it anyway. The Flamenco show was not bad. the place was poorly lit and extremely narrow and crowded and my photos came out looking kind of "hazy, ghostly" with wrong lighting exposure. There was no walking tour of "Albaicin" either. So I would give it a 2 star and that's being generous. If you want to refund me half the money I paid for this or compensate me another way I would appreciate it.